Indus Development Foundation (IDF) is a Canadian charity registered with the Canada Revenue Agency. We strive to create awareness about the healthcare needs of underprivileged patients and raise funds to provide them with equitable care.
IDF supports the Indus Hospital & Health Network in Pakistan to decrease health inequalities and enhance health outcomes for underprivileged communities.
No. Patients at the Indus Hospital & Health Network are not charged any money for any consultation visits and/or treatment.
You can donate to the Indus Hospital & Health Network in multiple ways including:
Donate by cheque
Double your Donation/Matching Gift
Donate via PayPal
You can donate to the Indus Hospital for any ongoing campaign, sponsor the treatment of a specific patient or give general donations. Campaigns open for donations are:
Indus Hospital & Health Network provides quality care free of cost through your Zakat and Donations.
With the help of reputable Sharia Scholars, Indus Hospital & Health Network has developed a criterion to ascertain if Zakat is applicable to a certain individual. Whenever a patient visits the hospital, he/she goes through the assessment with IHHN’s welfare officer to determine their eligibility.
Once the recipient of Zakat is identified, their MR number is marked to signify that the patient’s treatment should be supported from the Zakat fund. The patient is requested to sign a declaration granting the Indus Hospital & Health Network permission to collect Zakat on their behalf and to use that Zakat to sponsor the treatment of his/her and/or other patients or hospital requirements. When the patient is discharged, the hospital generates an internal bill and sends it to the Zakat Committee for settlement.
The process and guidelines for distributing Sadaqah donations are similar to Zakat.
Yes, you can donate